Pilani, India, November 25, 2009 --(PR.com
)-- Through this partnership, GreenCitizens.net will now be providing exclusive coverage to the AOC program and its young delegation to United Nations Climate Change Conference 2009 and the 15th Conference of Parties (COP15) in Copenhagen this December. Just log onto www.greencitizens.net, to follow the delegates both before and during the conference, and catch on with their articles, blogs and news directly from Copenhagen.
The IYCN Agents of Change program aims to send a delegation of Indian Young people to the U.N. Climate Negotiations, with the next one being Conference of Parties 15 (COP 15) in Copenhagen, Denmark. The applicants are chosen from a highly qualified pool and these delegates would represent the diversity, enthusiasm, and skill of the budding youth climate movement in India. Hailing from both urban centers as well as rural areas, these dynamic Agents will strive to engage government delegations from around the world in policy, help build consensus amongst civil society groups and assist in the construction of a global youth climate network. These are the future climate leaders that India will look to in the years ahead.
GreenCitizens.net is an initiative of First Carbon, a BITS - Pilani based consultancy start-up providing climate change and carbon advisory services to its clients. It’s a first of its kind a Green Social Networking Platform on the World Wide Web, serving both individuals and organizations working in the green space. The website aims to provide a unique platform to both social and commercial green initiatives and cover all that’s happening in the field of environment, climate change and green business. It is started with an aim to exhort individuals to turn into what they call, Green Citizens. A green citizen is an individual who is aware of the dangers involved with climate change, who is aware of this impact on the environment; one who is ready to participate in this movement by reducing his impact and spread the word for the cause in his society.